We have a hair situation going on over here, and I need some advice. I’m going to take you on a little hair tour, and would LOVE your two cents!
Right now, I’m suffering from a serious case of what I like to refer to as SWH – Sister Wife Hair:
I mean seriously, look at that mop. I wish there were places like https://beautybooker.com/ near me when I was younger!! I mean at that age can you imagine going for a trim and getting your nails done at the same time?! Anyway it was hair for days over here. I’m afraid some polygamist family is going to come up and proposition me to become their next wife or something. I feel like sister wife extraordinaire Nicolette Grant from Big Love–
To the best of my memory, I have had my hair cut twice in the last 36 months. For real. And it would be one thing if I actually did anything with it each day, but it is so long and unruly that it gets worn on top of my head in a sloppy clipped bun thing.
The true look of motherhood around these parts. My poor husband.
I actually like my hair best when it’s on the short side, which I had about 3 years back-
This was an impromptu “I’ve got a fancy new client-facing job, so I best get a sassy professional haircut” phase, and I actually couldn’t have loved the cut more if I tried.
Sadly, let’s just say that my dear husband didn’t share the same affinity for the new ‘do. He started gently making comments a few weeks after the big hair cut like “You know, I sure do love your hair long…” and “remember when you had that cute shoulder-length hair when we were dating? I really liked that.” Bless his heart. This is what my hair looked like when we were dating (ohmigosh who are those two young, skinny kids?!), which I think is what my husband keeps referring to-
While attending the BlissDom conference last month, I saw a girl with what can only be described as the most perfect hair in existence. I found out that this gal was none other than Kate from The Small Things Blog– little did I know that I was just way behind the times and basically the whole Internet already knew and loved her (and her hair).
See? Amazing. Do you know about Kate? Because if you don’t, you should check her blog out now and read like every single post there is. And no lie, Kate’s hair looks even more awesome in person than it does on her blog. I die.
So now, instead of doing responsible things like sweeping the house and organizing the office during naptime this week, I’ve just been looking at hair pictures online. Great use of productive time, Lulu.
So, riddle me this- how logical is it to make another big chop and transition to a haircut that actually requires styling, mere months before baby #2 arrives and my life gets thrown into (even more) chaos again? Do I continue to sacrifice style (and let’s face it, any semblance of attractiveness in general… haha) for the convenience of “let’s take the large wig ‘o’ hair and clip it on top of my head again“, or finally do something productive with my hair and take Tim Gunn’s sage advice to just Make It Work?